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Tips for Taking Better Smartphone Photos at Night (And in Bars)

Happy snaps in the dark are often a frustrating experience. Loss of detail, blurry images or photos washed out by a flash. Fortunately with a few tips and some camera app upgrades, it’s possible to get surprisingly good nighttime smartphone pics. Read More >>

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Lenovo’s New Phones: A 16MP Camera-Lookalike, First Dolby Atmos Handset

At the Mobile World Congress, Lenovo has announced a pair of new phones. The first, the Vibe Shot, is a slim phone that has pretensions to be a camera; the second is the A7000, apparently the world's first smartphone to come with Dolby Atmos. Read More >>

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The World’s First Cameraphone That Can Actually Zoom (Say Cheese)

Have you ever even touched an ASUS phone? I thought not. But two of the coolest Android smartphones at CES 2015 come courtesy of the Taiwanese computer company. Read More >>

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Seven Tips for Less Terrible Smartphone Photos

Smartphones have made quality photography fun and accessible for everyone. But there's still a lot more to it than just pointing and tapping if you want to lasting images. Here are a few simple ways to improve your everyday photo-taking. Read More >>

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Yes! Google’s New Camera App Yells at People for Taking Vertical Video

Google's new standalone Camera app is a sleek and powerful alternative to the stock Android camera. Turns out, it's also a soldier in the war against vertical videos. Try to shoot a portrait-framed vid, and you'll stare down the cold judgment of an icon telling you you're doing it wrong. You've been warned. Read More >>

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The iPhone Didn’t Kill Cameras, It Made Us Want Better Ones

The Wall Street Journal pointed out yesterday that while sales of point-and-shoot cameras have declined steadily over the past few years, DSLRs and other interchangeable-lens cameras have been doing great. That's right. People don't want to just take more photos than ever, they want to take better photos, with big-kid cameras. And that's not in spite of the smartphone revolution. It's because of it. Read More >>

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Nokia Lumia 1020 Photos Spotted In the Wild Are Impressive (If Real)

A pair of photos posted to the Flickr account of Microsoft's Windows Phone manager Joe Belfiore appear to be the first real-world samples taken with the Nokia Lumia 1020. Rumour has it the photography-oriented phone will be announced at an event in New York on Thursday. From what we can see in these images, the camera could be incredible. Read More >>

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Eye-Fi Mobi Sends Photos to Your Phone, No Internet Connection Required

Eye-Fi cards have been around since 2006 as a way to wirelessly transmit your digital camera photos to your computer or mobile device. The catch was that you had to connect to a Wi-Fi network before in order to do so. Not so with the new Eye-Fi Mobi. Read More >>

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The Best Smartphone Camera

Along with the HTC One, a zillion new smartphones are going to be announced next week at Mobile World Congress, each promising camera advancements that may or may not live up to the hype. Before we get there, though, we wanted to take stock of how good the cameras are in the smartphones you can buy now. Here's how the flagships measure up. Read More >>

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Smartphone Camera Features That Need to Appear In 2013

Cameras in mobile phones have come a mighty long way in the past few years, from the pixelated shit-vision of yore to the current breed that have replaced most of our compact digicams. But the sense of wonder is fading, and we need some new features. Who's gonna step up?? Read More >>

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Today’s Smartphone Cameras Are Already Better Than Point-and-Shoot Cameras from 5 Years Ago

The saying is that the best camera is the one that's with you and that's more than often your phone. But phone cameras are getting so good that they may eventually just became the best camera period (DSLRs notwithstanding). And it might be sooner than you think. Already, phone cameras are better than a 5-year-old compact camera. Read More >>

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Nokia’s Insane 41-Megapixel Phone Was Used to Make a Commercial About Nokia’s Insane 41-Megapixel Phone

Here's how you know your phone's camera is powerful: If it has 41 freaking megapixels. Here's how you know to trust your powerful camera phone: If it's used to make a commercial about itself. Yep, the Nokia 808 PureView was used to make a commercial about the Nokia 808 PureView. A clever way to see how good (and ridiculous) the camera is. [YouTube] Read More >>